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Jim Cramer was relieved to hear Janet Yellen's cautious tone. With Fed fears off the table, these industries can now prosper.
CNBC's Sara Eisen and CNBC's Michael Santoli discuss beverage and soda companies working hard at staying relevant.
The "Fast Money" traders reveal their final trades of the day.
The Fast Money traders share their final trades of the day.
Jim Cramer gave his thoughts on the mini-revolt happening at the Federal Reserve.
Jim Cramer revealed his list of elite eight CEOs who have earned the title of top leaders of their industry.
Jim Cramer thinks the mini-revolt at the Fed was an absolute travesty this week. Could stocks get hammered next week?
The U.S. population is growing and the economy is improving, so why are Americans buying less packaged foods?
Beyonce is reaping millions in music sales, as well as lending a boost to other products.
Cramer studied the charts of thousands of stocks, and identified six groups in bull market mode that can roar even higher.
Established food brands look for innovative ways to appeal to health conscious consumers.
Brand name food companies are facing increasing competition from emerging upstarts, causing legacy companies to rethink strategy.
Going up against a beauty industry giant like L'Oréal calls for a big strategy. But in the case of Stowaway Cosmetics, smaller is better.
Nik Modi, Managing Director at RBC Capital Markets, discusses why Coca-Cola will outperform other consumer staples even in the face of decline in the soft drink space.
Bill George says United Airlines' dismal performance proves it's time for change. And Gordon Bethune is the perfect guy to lead the charge.
Facebook shares are now among the top 20 most widely held institutional stocks, according to eVestment.
Thanks to facial recognition technology and biometric data sensors, brands are using your emotions to make ads.
One start-up is betting its sports drink has what it takes to be the next big thing.
Rock legend Huey Lewis tells CNBC he's not bothered by the terrible start for stocks in 2016. But he's concerned about free music on the Web.
Stocks closed lower, but well off their lows, as investors digested a massive global sell-off, oil, and OPEC deal chatter.